Saturday, September 15, 2012

gardening in the fall - bringing herbs indoors

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did you spend a part of your summer growing all of your favorite herbs outdoors, but now you want to keep them growing throughout the colder months? fall will be here before we know it and if you want to keep those herbs growing, you need to start planning to bring them inside to keep them safe and readily available until spring.

earlier, while i was over at the scott's miracle-gro website, i found a few ideas about fall gardening, including some tips on keeping a container garden. the scott's miracle-gro website has made fall gardening fun by creating an easy to use fall gardening page. just choose the region of the country that you live in, and you will find great fall gardening projects and ideas, including how to add more color, planting trees and shrubs, feeding trees and shrubs, and planting fall edibles (my favorite)! scott's miracle-gro will help you find beauty in the fall.

during the summer, we planted delicious hot peppers, cucumbers, and tomatoes, using the scott's miracle-gro potting mix, and we had lots of success with our garden. i honestly do contribute it's success to the miracle-gro that we used, as well the watering schedule we maintained, and enjoyed our little container gardens rewards all summer long.

i am looking forward to completing our indoor herb garden so we can now enjoy our fresh herbs during the upcoming holidays, when great tasting meals are a big deal around here. there's nothing like having fresh herbs to season your foods.



i recently pinned this awesome project that the hubs and i will soon be working on and i have already been searching scott's miracle-gro for tips on the best soil for my indoor container garden. so far, i am thinking my best bet is the miracle-gro moisture control potting mix

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"exclusive aquacoir formula absorbs 33% more water than ordinary potting soil and protects against over and underwatering!"








sounds perfect for the indoor dry air we get around here in the winter. i am looking forward to starting this project and now enjoying fresh herbs all year long. be sure to stay connected through the miracle-gro facebook page for more ideas and tips for your garden this fall, or to share your gardening stories.

are planning a garden this fall? what are your plans for a fall garden? 

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